Ubisoft considering I Am Alive sequels

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 18 August 2008 20:24 GMT

Speaking to MCV, Ubisoft executive director Alain Corre has confirmed the firm is considering sequels to DarkWorks survival horror I Am Alive – despite the fact the game’s never even been seen in public.

“Yes [we are considering sequels]. Clearly, when we are creating a franchise, it’s a long-term process. We want to keep it and have more iterations, because it’s a big investment at the beginning to launch it,” he said.

“So it’s better when you can advertise and bet on a few franchises in the years to come. We hope it can be another strong franchise for our portfolio, alongside Prince Of Persia or Rayman Rabbids. It’s a new baby for us – and we have big hopes.”

There’s a full interview here.

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